June 10, 2013
My husband and I had the opportunity to go to Cambodia with PCL and it was an experience that changed our lives. It will open your eyes! We visited the dump where families literally live and dig through roughage daily just trying to survive and PCL are creating housing provisions, we saw homes that they are literally building for $1000 per family. My husband and I acted as dental assistants to a dentist that was traveling with PCL where upon we provided care for orphans, children and adults and some had never been to a dentist before. We went to the river where poverty was unbelievable and handed out water purification systems provided by PCL and educated the families about water filtration and parasites, it was beautiful to drive away and to see all of the water filtration systems sitting in from of the homes that were in devastating condition or only planks of wood. This is one organization that is genuine to the core and are changing lives with every touch.
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